Israel is a country where you will meet the phenomenal and believe in the unbelievable. A state that is only 73 years old and has 5000 years of heritage. Israel leaves an indelible impression on every visitor, where one-time tourists become fans and keep returning to collect more precious memories. Israel is a country that mostly can’t be described with words; its beauty is hard to comprehend by just viewing pictures. We, at Eshet Incoming, will turn your trip to Israel into a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

"Israel has its attractions. It's the most dramatic country in the world. Everybody's engaged. Everybody argues. When I leave Israel, I get a little bit bored, you know?"

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Destination: Israel

Reasons to choose Israel


Israel is an ancient land, filled with history and significance.


Millions of tourists come to Israel yearly for entirely religious reasons.


Israel is abundant in spectacular sites – from the valleys of Galilee to the oasis in Ein Gedi in the lowest spot on earth.

Culinary experience

Israeli cuisine is the tweaks and changes made to dishes that came from all over the world.


Israel's culture is a fascinating and unique blend of cuisines and customs, ethnicities and religions, the old and the new. 


Israel has a wealth of landscapes. From the Golan Heights, the Dead Sea at the lowest point on earth, to the craters in the Negev.


 Israel has the largest number of start-ups per capita and is the second most innovative country in the world.


Israel has a Mediterranean climate with long, hot, rainless summers and relatively short, cool, rainy winters.


Israel has visa exemption agreements with many countries – for visits of up to 90 days. A valid passport (for at least 6 months from the date you enter Israel) is applicable.

Israel is at the forefront of medicine and healthcare and there are no special vaccinations needed before visiting Israel.
Instructions regarding Covid-19 vaccination will be provided on request.

It is highly recommended to combine Egypt, Jordan and UAE tours on your visit to Israel. We will be happy to assist.

In Israel Saturday is defined as a resting day and it is the Jewish holy day of the week (which begins at sunset of Friday and ends on Saturday evening).
Governmental offices and public services are closed on Shabbat (buses, train services) but most leisure, lifestyle businesses, restaurants, and bars are open on Saturdays.
There is a growing number of establishments that remain open on Saturdays.

We can organize any kind of activity. From biking to golfing, from culinary tours to  wineries, startup and  innovation tours, art and culture.

Israel has become The New Silicone Valley. Many professionals visit Israel to find out how a country that can be driven from one end to another in 6 hours has become a hub for the out-of-the-box entrepreneurship. We organize special tours themed ‘The Startup Nation”, as well as include such tours into our programs.

Israel is a very safe country for traveling. Personal safety measures prevail, so the country is very safe both during the day and at night, as the crime rate is low. Israel is safer than many Western countries. 

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